To Believe

Imagine having received messages, over years, about a new future, a new beginning. Imagine resultant periods of unique success, of unbreakable hope and various inspirational/spiritual peaks. Imagine, after more years, finding yourself immersed in total turmoil (and ongoing diabolical attacks) while reaching a point where virtually everything earthly was lost: realization of envisioned fruition had not come true. Imagine (with the latter) not being able to see any way or avenue for it to ever come true (now) – though at times (all along the way) occurrences were sent as a means to enhance remembrance of the original. Thereupon, Imagine receiving a new one, but without any specifics – and soon crying out because it still seemed absolutely impossible (under current circumstances). Then, Imagine hearing the Voice of God, as a reply:

To Believewithout knowing, and still keep going.”

Ys to Eyes

Re: The Family of Jesus

02/26: "You Have Driven . . ."

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19 Responses to To Believe

  1. SeaClearly says:

    1/12: “This Life.”

    1/25: “It takes more of a man to walk away.”

    1/29: I am a bigger man than. . . .

    You are of God, little children, and have overcome them, because He who is in you is greater than he who is in the world. 1 John 4:4

  2. SeaClearly says:

    2/5/2017: A Baptism — “Forever.” >>?

  3. SeaClearly says:

    Revelation: “Here is the patience and the faith of the saints.” “Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth.” “If any man worship the beast and his image, and receive his mark in his forehead, or in his hand. . . .” “And here is the mind which hath wisdom.”

  4. SeaClearly says:

    Falling Down:

    Falling is not just a physical accident. Falling means recognizing freely and sincerely the limits of our strength in the face of situations that are beyond us and force us to submit [or to be overcome, in some degrees]. Falling shows our human frailty. It reveals the fragile clay of which we are made, showing us that we are neither omnipotent nor invulnerable. Confronted with such a fall, we may nurture a spirit of revolt…. Or we may nurture a spirit of resignation…. There is a third possibility, however. We can nurture the spirit of humility. While calmly accepting our fall, we may still trust in God, whose strength comes to reinvigorate our weakness, and get up again with renewed courage.

    http://inwardoutward.org/2017/03/06/falling-down/

  5. SeaClearly says:

    Reading >>>: After all the years and all the experiences, how it could it still become more and more real (as this is)? Psalm 98 ~+~

  6. SeaClearly says:

    5/9/2017 X3 >>> ~+~

  7. SeaClearly says:

    When occurrences like that happen (so Clearly), we have no doubt, afterward, that they were real. Following, if we embrace them fully — along with everything related, our lives and spirits (as well as our futures, forever) can be awakened/uplifted/opened to such degrees that nothing earthly (or of the darkness) can ever change our new paths/goals. ~+~

  8. SeaClearly says:

    >>>Help me through the fight; ))))

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